At Chicago Law, we take pride in a diverse student body. Take some time to click through these student profiles to learn why some of our students chose to come here, how they get involved at the Law School, and the kind of experiences they have had.
Amelia was attracted to the Law School for its interdisciplinary programs. Since arriving, she's been most impressed by the variety of out-of-class activities offered to students.
Brian studied in Korea, worked for a steel company, was a bartender and waiter, and had experience in film production before he came to the Law School.
Hannah, who is interested in a public interest career, chose the Law School for its generous Loan Repayment Assistance Program.
The Law School's many activities have helped Lindsey transition from her full-time job as a risk management analyst to being a full-time student.
Michael found a close-knit community at the Law School that reminded him of the one he left in the Bronx.
Andrew gained a lot from developing strong relationships with students and faculty—and from getting involved in the Law School and Hyde Park communities.
Jasmina's parents, who moved the family to St. Louis from Bosnia in 1994, taught her that hard work is the key to success.
Karice Rhule, a Jamaica native, came to the Law School for law and economics—and for the rigor. She's at her best, she says, when the standards are high.
In Israel, Grace Goodblatt realized exactly why she wanted to become a lawyer.
As a lawyer, Josh hopes to focus on international law and innovation—an interest piqued by his service in the Israeli army and partly inspired by the 2009 book, Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle.